Business briefs for June 9

RV storage facility slated to be built

GREENFIELD — Guardian RV Storage, a new indoor motor home and RV storage complex, will open Oct. 1 in Greenfield. The storage facility will store motor homes, coaches and large RVs, and is currently taking reservations for storage spaces.

The new facility is currently under construction at 6128 W. County Road 200N in Greenfield and will hold a grand opening this fall. Guardian RV Storage will offer secure 13-by-50-foot indoor storage bays and customers will enjoy several amenities, including gated access, alarm systems, multiple camera systems, electrical outlets for charging, 14-foot overhead doors, heating and interior/exterior LED lighting. It will also have direct access to and from Interstate 70, offering customers added convenience.

Guardian RV Storage will be attending the Family Motor Coach Association in Indianapolis July 12 to 15 at the Indianapolis State Fairgrounds, where thousands of motor home owners, manufacturers and dealers will be in attendance to enjoy motor home shopping, seminars and activities.

For more information about Guardian RV Storage’s complex, visit To reserve a spot for a motor home, RV or motor coach, please email or call 317-350-1188.

Pizza restaurant now open for lunch downtown

GREENFIELD — Hometown Classic Pizza, owned by Don Johnson, announces the restaurant will be open for lunch, 11 a.m. Wednesdays through Saturdays. The Greenfield restaurant, which serves pizza, wings, subs and more, is located at 12 W. Main Street, just west of the intersection of Main and State streets. The restaurant held a ribbon cutting recently, attended by Mayor Chuck Fewell and Greenfield Chamber of Commerce executive director Retta Livengood, to announce the new hours.